A Tale of Two Cities archiveSet amid the turmoil of the French revolution this epic play follows the fortunes of a band of dedicated rebels, fighting for the lives, their love and their liberty. The heroic struggle leaves a proud and historic legacy for generations to come. The original book is one of the few that most people know both the start and end of - from "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times .." to "It is a far far better thing that I do .."

Book by Charles Dickens.

Archive listings for A Tale of Two Cities

Work type: Musical.

T741435735 (ROYALDERNGATE14)

Adapted by Mike Poulton. Music Rachel Portman. Director James Dacre. Design Mike Britton. Lighting Paul Keogan. Sound Adrienne Quartly. Director Struan Leslie (movement). Musical Director Tom Brady. Director Terry King (fight). Performer Oliver Dimsdale. Music Rachel Portman. Performer Christopher Good. Performer Christopoher Hunter. Performer Yolanda Kettle. Performer Abigail McKern. Performer Mairead McKinley. Performer Michael Mears. Performer Sean Murray. Performer Joshua Silver. Performer Ignatius Anthony.
21 Feb 14 to 15 Mar 14Royal & Derngate, Northampton :: V449
listing details L0942945682

T1813989237 (CC12)

In celebration of the bicentenary of Charles Dickens, PNPF in association with Ovation present the new musical 'A Tale of Two Cities'. Based on the much loved Dickens story, this classic tale depicts one man's ultimate sacrifice for love.Music David Pomeranz. Director Paul Nicholas. Music David Pomeranz. Book by Steven David Horwich. Book by David Soames. Lyrics Steven David Horwich. Music John Cameron (musical arrangements). Performer Jonathan Ansell (Charles Darnay - some dates). Performer Antony Hansen (Charles Darnay - some dates). Performer Michael Howe (Carton). Performer Jennifer Hepburn (Lucie). Performer Jemma Alexander (Mme Defarge). Performer Craig Berry (Defarge). Performer John Fleming (Manette). Performer Miles Eagling (Stryver). Performer David Alder (Lorry). Performer Pippa Winslow (Pross). Performer Tom Murphy (Gabelle). Performer Christopher Gilling (Evreonde). Performer Mark Slowey (Barsad). Performer Neil Canfer (Gaspard). Performer Rebecca wicking (Seamstress). Performer Matt Stevens (Ensemble).
5 Apr 12 to 12 May 12Charing Cross Theatre, Inner London :: V241
listing details L548000867

T1779742907 (TOUR00)

Book by Dave Ross. Book by Vivienne Carter. Music Dave Ross. Music Neil Parker. Music Michael Mullane. Company Arts Factory.
1 Mar 00 to 4 Mar 00Thameside Theatre, Grays :: V39
listing details L0920667678

T1443001834 (TOUR98)

Performer Paul Nicholas. Performer Lynden Edwards. Performer Fiona Sinnott. Performer David Burt. Performer Angela Richards. Performer Ian Burford. Performer Susan Jane Tanner. Performer Malcolm Rennie. Performer Barry Martin. Performer Fenton Gray. Performer Lisa Waddingham. Director Bob Tomson. Design Paul Farnsworth. Choreographer Karen Rabinowitz. Lighting Mark Ridler. Director Stuart Pedlar (music). Music John Cameron (arrangement).
15 Dec 98 to 16 Jan 99New Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham :: V140
listing details L893080183
1 Jul 98 to 7 Aug 98Theatre Royal, Windsor :: V742
listing details L0190032600
1 Jul 98 to 7 Aug 98Theatre Royal, Windsor :: V742
listing details L374518777

T351544026 (WAR98)

Bi-lingual production, French/English.Company Theatre sans Frontieres.
12 Nov 98Regal Centre, Worksop :: V466
listing details L01740574302
5 Oct 98 to 6 Oct 98Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry :: V156
listing details L01479865662

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